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MIT and Wilson Center receive NSF grant to develop "synthetic biology" agenda

phys.org | Jun 10, 2013

The MIT Center for International Studies and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars are collaborating on a $233,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to help realize potential benefits and to address potential ecological effects of synthetic biology. 239 more words

Bioweapons

World leaders in 'secret society Bilderberg meeting'


A person uses a copy of the Daily Mail newspaper to shield their identity from the demonstrators and the media as they arrive at The Grove hotel, which is hosting the annual Bilderberg conference. 589 more words

Global Government

Bilderberg 2013: Secret Summit for World Domination...Live


(Clockwise from left) Christine Lagarde, a protester from the 2012 meeting in Virginia, Henry Kissinger, George Osborne and David Petraeus Photo: AP/Reuters

telegraph.co.uk | Jun 6. 1,252 more words

Social Engineering

NSA secretly collecting phone records, locations of millions of Verizon customers daily


Under the terms of the order, the numbers of both parties on a call are handed over, as is location data and the time and duration of all calls. 1,449 more words

Crime & Corruption

Popes and demons: Mysterious Vatican bank poses problem for new pontiff

GABRIEL BOUYS/AFP/Getty Images FilesThe massive round tower, left, is the headquarters of the Institute for Works of Religion, the Vatican’s secretive bank.

National Post | Mar 8, 2013… 1,871 more words

Crime & Corruption

Russia puts murdered whistleblower on trial


A woman holds a placard with a portrait of Sergei Magnitsky during an unauthorised rally in central Moscow December 15, 2012.. REUTERS/Tatyana MakeyevaView Photo

His employer says the charges against him were a reprisal and he was murdered, and the Kremlin’s own human rights council aired suspicions he was beaten to death. 661 more words

Crime & Corruption

Silvio Berlusconi says bribes are a 'necessary part of business' and tells critics to 'stop moralising'


No crime: Silvio Berlusconi, pictured during a political rally in Rome last week, defended the use of bribes in international negotiations saying they are ‘necessary’ when dealing with third world countries and regimes… 522 more words

Crime & Corruption